If You Love Dark Creepy Stories About the Fae Check Out You Let Me In
Someone in a Facebook Group recommended this book to another member and I thought it sounded very interesting. I may need to get a copy for my spooky self.
Even her family were convinced of her guilt. So when she disappears, leaving only a long letter behind, they can but suspect that her conscience finally killed her. But the letter is not what anyone expected. It tells two chilling, darkly disturbing stories. One is a story of children lost to the woods, of husbands made from twigs and leaves and feathers and bones . . . The other is the story of a little girl trying to make sense of a damaged life lived in the shadows . . . But which story is true? Unsettling yet unputdownable, You Let Me In dares to cross the boundary between reality and somewhere else entirely . . .